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India leads the world in internet shutdowns

Reuters India Friday, 20 December 2019
In an unprecedented move, the Indian government suspended mobile internet services in parts of the capital New Delhi on Thursday, as protests over a citizenship bill seen as discriminating against Muslims escalated.
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